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Aaron, Jessi Elana
2009. Coming back to life: From indicator to stereotype and a strange story of frequency1. Journal of Sociolinguistics 13:4  pp. 472 ff. DOI logo
2010. Pushing the envelope: Looking beyond the variable context. Language Variation and Change 22:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
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2012. Grammatical Variables. In The Handbook of Historical Sociolinguistics,  pp. 253 ff. DOI logo
Peter Auer, Frans Hinskens & Paul Kerswill
2005. Dialect Change, DOI logo
Bayley, Robert, Adam C. Schembri & Ceil Lucas
2015. Variation and change in sign languages. In Sociolinguistics and Deaf Communities,  pp. 61 ff. DOI logo
Buchstaller, Isabelle
2009. The Quantitative Analysis of Morphosyntactic Variation: Constructing and Quantifying the Denominator. Language and Linguistics Compass 3:4  pp. 1010 ff. DOI logo
Chappell, Whitney
2018. Chapter 7. The importance of motivated comparisons in variationist studies*. In Contemporary Trends in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics [Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 15],  pp. 143 ff. DOI logo
Cheshire, Jenny
2005. Syntactic variation and beyond: Gender and social class variation in the use of discourse-new markers1. Journal of Sociolinguistics 9:4  pp. 479 ff. DOI logo
ELSIG, MARTIN
2012. Benchmark varieties and the individual speaker: Indispensable touchstones in studies on language contact. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 15:2  pp. 230 ff. DOI logo
Feagin, Crawford
2008. Entering the Community: Fieldwork. In The Handbook of Language Variation and Change,  pp. 20 ff. DOI logo
2013. Entering the Community. In The Handbook of Language Variation and Change,  pp. 17 ff. DOI logo
Grieve, Jack
2014. Chapter 1.1 A Multi-Dimensional analysis of regional variation in American English. In Multi-Dimensional Analysis, 25 years on [Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 60],  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Grieve, Jack, Dirk Speelman & Dirk Geeraerts
2011. A statistical method for the identification and aggregation of regional linguistic variation. Language Variation and Change 23:2  pp. 193 ff. DOI logo
Hazen, Kirk
2011. Flying high above the social radar: Coronal stop deletion in modern Appalachia. Language Variation and Change 23:1  pp. 105 ff. DOI logo
2017. Language Variation. In The Handbook of Linguistics,  pp. 519 ff. DOI logo
Hoffman, Michol F. & James A. Walker
2010. Ethnolects and the city: Ethnic orientation and linguistic variation in Toronto English. Language Variation and Change 22:1  pp. 37 ff. DOI logo
Kendall, Tyler
2008. On the History and Future of Sociolinguistic Data. Language and Linguistics Compass 2:2  pp. 332 ff. DOI logo
2013. Data in the Study of Variation and Change. In The Handbook of Language Variation and Change,  pp. 38 ff. DOI logo
Kendall, Tyler, Charlotte Vaughn, Charlie Farrington, Kaylynn Gunter, Jaidan McLean, Chloe Tacata & Shelby Arnson
2021. Considering Performance in the Automated and Manual Coding of Sociolinguistic Variables: Lessons From Variable (ING). Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence 4 DOI logo
Ceil Lucas
2001. The Sociolinguistics of Sign Languages, DOI logo
McLarty, Jason
2018. African American Language and European American English Intonation Variation Over Time in The American South. American Speech 93:1  pp. 32 ff. DOI logo
Milroy, James, Lesley Milroy, Sue Hartley & David Walshaw
1994. Glottal stops and Tyneside glottalization: Competing patterns of variation and change in British English. Language Variation and Change 6:3  pp. 327 ff. DOI logo
Moore, Emma
2010. Interaction between social category and social practice: explaining was/were variation. Language Variation and Change 22:3  pp. 347 ff. DOI logo
Livia OUSHIRO
2014. TRATAMENTO DE DADOS COM O R PARA ANÁLISES SOCIOLINGUÍSTICAS. In Metodologia de Coleta e Manipulação de Dados em Sociolinguística,  pp. 51 ff. DOI logo
Paolillo, John C.
2013. Individual effects in variation analysis: Model, software, and research design. Language Variation and Change 25:1  pp. 89 ff. DOI logo
Roberts, Gareth
2013. Perspectives on Language as a Source of Social Markers. Language and Linguistics Compass 7:12  pp. 619 ff. DOI logo
SMITH, JENNIFER & SOPHIE HOLMES-ELLIOTT
2018. The unstoppable glottal: tracking rapid change in an iconic British variable. English Language and Linguistics 22:3  pp. 323 ff. DOI logo
Tagliamonte, Sali A.
2007. Representing Real Language: Consistency, Trade-Offs and Thinking Ahead!. In Creating and Digitizing Language Corpora,  pp. 205 ff. DOI logo
2009. Be like: The New Quotative in English. In The New Sociolinguistics Reader,  pp. 75 ff. DOI logo
2013. Analysing and interpreting variation in the sociolinguistic tradition*. In Research Methods in Language Variation and Change,  pp. 382 ff. DOI logo
2016. Quantitative analysis in language variation and change. In Spanish Language and Sociolinguistic Analysis [Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 8],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
2022. Comparing Syntactic Variables. In Explanations in Sociosyntactic Variation,  pp. 30 ff. DOI logo
Tagliamonte, Sali A. & R. Harald Baayen
2012. Models, forests, and trees of York English: Was/were variation as a case study for statistical practice. Language Variation and Change 24:2  pp. 135 ff. DOI logo
Tagliamonte, Sali A. & Julian Brooke
2014. A Weird (LANGUAGE) Tale: Variation and Change in the Adjectives of Strangeness. American Speech 89:1  pp. 4 ff. DOI logo
Temple, Rosalind
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2020. The Analysis of Sociolinguistic Change over the Lifespan. In African American Language,  pp. 22 ff. DOI logo

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